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to be a tax attorney, but madeleine now files their returns. >> okay, missed your foot. that's it. >> narrator: watching tom and madeleine shearer, i think back to my parents, the adjustments they made-- little things, like the difference a shoehorn can make-- and that even as speech becomes more difficult, it still only takes a few words to sum up how best to face the future. >> shoes on again. >> yup. >> narrator: "shoes on again." the day after i got my diagnosis, i began an exercise regimen, mostly just because i wanted to feel like i was still in charge of my own body. and the more i learned about exercise, the more hopeful i became. research at one location was particularly intriguing, the university of pittsburgh and the lab of dr. michael zigmond. >> parkinsonian researchers are sort of late in the game of being interested in exercise. people interested in alzheimer's disease have been studying exercise for quite a while. people that worry about depression have been studying exercise for a long time. i think it's generally understood that if you're feeling blue, going for a run is a go
, the trading has become a tradition, and there's no property tax here because the town makes so much on what they now call first monday trade days. al campbell is manager of the event. campbell: it's the oldest. it's the largest. we draw vendors and shoppers from all over the united states and overseas. and it's fun to walk it. how many places can you spend the whole day? it don't cost you any money. sebak: but vendors like karen johnson bring all sorts of unusual things to try and get you to spend money, and there are no price tags on any of her primitives. johnson: you gotta talk to me to get a price. you gotta be a people person, and that's the name of the game. sebak: the game here also includes texas chain saws because several guys, like mickey holt, are sculpting logs. holt: i'm also carrying on the tradition from my father. he started this, and i'm just wanting to keep it going. sebak: people buy his folk-art american icons made of local wood, especially cedar. holt: i don't really know when they leave here what they do with a lot of it, but as long as they leave here with it, i'm hap
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